In the humorous and lively novel The Reluctant Gigolo, ruggedly handsome Jack Fisher loses his civil service job to retirement and his second wife to divorce, but he never loses his will to make the most of the rest of his life.Jack lands a new job on a cruise ship as a Gentleman Dance Host for solo women passengers and begins sailing into unimagined adventures. His cabin mate is Slick Rick Skipper, a free-booting former entrepreneur who is always on the hustle. Narrator John Fraser is retired and has already spent two years on cruise ships as a dance host and bridge lecturer. His wealth of experience sprinkles his tale of intrigue with spirited descriptions of the quirky characters, shipboard romances, and unbelievable shenanigans that circulate among the senior citizen passengers who holiday extensively at sea. As Jack dances his way from colorful port to port, he rapidly realizes that there is plenty of libido to go around and even more life to live after sixty.Jack looks at his new beginning as an opportunity to change his dismal life into an exciting adventure, but soon discovers that life on cruise ships may just mimic life on land in more ways than he ever imagined.